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Reader Comments on 'Watching Dolphins on Bohol'

One of the attractions of Bohol is the ability to go dolphin and whale watching on the Bohol Sea. Joselino "Jojo" Baritua runs a project in which former whale-hunters can still use their whale and dolphin spotting skills to earn a living, but now to guide tourists to the best spots for a meeting with those gentle giants and playful jokers of the sea....

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Blue Freedom Apnea wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2020 12:13:20 PHT
There is new freediving school open in Panglao, Bohol. They are non-profit organization that offer AIDA and Molchanovs courses from beginner level to instructor level. If you want to explore Balicasag island in Panglao, you can also do fun dive with them. Checkout their website is . You can also send an enquiry to their enquiry page Send Enquiry. #freedive #freediving panglao #freediving bohol #freediving philippines
Angelika Trippel wrote:
Sunday, 8 May 2016 11:08:06 PHT
Hallo tomorow we go to bohol, is this possible to go Looking for the whale & Dolphins? Best Regards
Karen wrote:
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 16:20:59 PHT
what is the best time to see the dolphins?
bhelle wrote:
Monday, 23 March 2015 10:12:14 PHT
What is the best time of the year for dolphin and whale watching? Thanks,
Alvin Apellanes wrote:
Thursday, 23 October 2014 05:42:23 PHT
Hi, I'm looking to hire a bangka for dolphin watching for 10 people on Nov 5. Please post contact information. Thank you.
Joy wrote:
Thursday, 16 January 2014 13:58:35 PHT
Van/car for rent with driver and fuel included... Just call/text me at this # 09422592116 or you can email me for more details!!!
ANN wrote:
Sunday, 12 January 2014 02:47:05 PHT
In july 2014 we are going to Bohol. We will stay there 3 full days. Can somebody help us to make a tour with private guide? We want to see the chocolate hills, tarsier, butterfly garden and also spotting dolphins and waves. We are going with 3 adults. Thanks for helping us.
Thursday, 9 August 2012 21:51:48 PHT
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Annie wrote:
Thursday, 2 August 2012 13:25:10 PHT
What r d safety gdlines during whale watching?
Carlos wrote:
Friday, 8 June 2012 01:55:57 PHT
I really did like this article and my wife and I will be coming to Bohol soon and we are really looking fwd to it.Thank you for the great reviews.
Joanne Ociones wrote:
Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:27:02 PHT
YOU CAN EMAIL ME AT or call at 09172724402. thanks
Joanne Ociones wrote:
Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:17:06 PHT
hello! can someone please give me the rates of Van rental with driver and petrol for a country side tour for 1 day on May 12'12. and on a separate date of May 8'12 will be in Danao Adventure Park. We have a house in Calape which will be the pick up and drop off point. Please reply to my email asap. Thanks!
Joy wrote:
Friday, 16 December 2011 22:04:54 PHT
Planing to have a vacation in bohol and find a nice place to stay and same time having a tourist spots day tour in bohol you can call or text this number 09065077848 or email at they offer cheapest aircondition rooms with cable tv and private cr/shower hot and cold beach front resort in panglao as low as 900 room per nyt for two persons exrta persons 200. and van car rental with driver and fuel for tourist spots day tour as low as 1600 van/car panglao tour. contryside tour 1800car/van2300. call or text 09065077848 or 09219563096 and they gladly answer you needs wile planing to have a visit in bohol
all in bohol tour wrote:
Sunday, 11 December 2011 01:34:12 PHT
BOHOL PACKAGE DAY TOUR car 1800 /van2300 (country side tour with driver and fuel) CALL OR TEXT hans 0906-5077848 FOR DELIVERY AND RESERVATIONS > baclayon church and museum( one of the oldest church in asia) > python sanctuary > loboc tarsier (One of the smallest primate in asia) > BUFFET lunch at loboc floating resto- LOBOC ZEPLINE LINE AND CABLE CAR > hanging bridge > butterfly garden > chocolate hills > blood compact site > man made forest >ADD DAUIS MERACLEW WELL CHURCH BEEFARM AND HENAGDANAN CAVE inclusion: * airconditioned transportation * driver/ guide
Naved wrote:
Friday, 21 October 2011 03:19:23 PHT
Hi..i am planning to visit Bohol on January 13th for 3 days..can any one guide me a nice single room at the beach for 3 days...thanks..
Peter Grieves wrote:
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 18:24:09 PHT
Hi there i'm looking at for a house to rent from 3rd November 2011 till 28th November 2011, be nice if there is a pool. it will be for two people. a early reply would be helpful. Many thanks peter
Liliya wrote:
Friday, 20 May 2011 13:53:01 PHT
hi)want to visit Bohol next week for 2 days)problem is that -i want to see a lot of places-chocolate hills,the man made forest,Tarsier sanctuary,caves in dauis,butterflies farm,want to visit zip line and watching dolphins,but i haven't driver license and don't know how to do that in 2 days(maybe somebody knows where i can rent a car or a van with driver???????thx for info)
Eddie wrote:
Saturday, 2 April 2011 03:49:01 PHT
We are family of four are planning to go to Bohol on second week of December for a vacation , we have no idea where to go , and how to get there. We want to inquire if there is any travel agency who are offering package trip to go around and hotel accomodation in Bohol starting from Manila.
Dabhoy Yamie wrote:
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 13:55:39 PHT
Gud pm. i'm asking the pakage of 3 or 4 person / nigth? can you give me rate please?
Neslyn wrote:
Wednesday, 16 February 2011 04:31:43 PHT
Hi i just want to ask how much the package including dolphins watching,countryside chocolate hills and hotel for may 2 people..thank you
MTT Tours and Travel wrote:
Monday, 4 October 2010 12:27:13 PHT
For a very affordable Bohol Tour rates, please don't hesitate to contact us. website: telefax no. (6338) 501 9237
Che wrote:
Sunday, 18 July 2010 19:25:32 PHT
Hi! can u send me a detail for that 1,700/nyt?
Erlinda wrote:
Monday, 31 May 2010 19:26:53 PHT
Hi jojo, I am looking for a reasonable tour we are a group of four and we would like package tour 2, does this include the sand bar esperience.we plan to do the tour on jun7 and can we begin and end tour in alona beach. How much would that cost us. Thank you. Erlinda
Donald wrote:
Monday, 19 April 2010 15:00:20 PHT
My guess is there is a fee for watching the dolphins, a fee for exiting the country, a fee for most everything. Sounds like a place I don't want to visit? Too many hands not just asking but demanding.
Cat wrote:
Monday, 12 April 2010 17:09:34 PHT
Is it possible to see dolphins in December?
Rizza wrote:
Saturday, 3 April 2010 21:21:47 PHT
Are you still looking for house to Rent? I have a house for rent 2 bed rooms, has swimmpool and 300 meters walk to the quiet beach. It's in the middle of Panglao island. 1700 a night... - is this available for april 26-27? same rate? how can i get in touch of you? We're planning to have our team bldg in bohol. probably we'll stay in panglao.. I'm seeking for options.
Cookie wrote:
Tuesday, 23 March 2010 00:11:23 PHT
How do I contact the person with a house with 2 rooms for rent @ P1,700 a night. Please email me asap. Thanks.
Miss May wrote:
Saturday, 20 February 2010 19:27:06 PHT
How much is the dolphin fee?
For Jun DJ wrote:
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 21:34:58 PHT
Are you still looking for house to Rent? I have a house for rent 2 bed rooms, has swimmpool and 300 meters walk to the quiet beach. It's in the middle of Panglao island. 1700 a night...
Jun DJ wrote:
Sunday, 17 January 2010 23:51:43 PHT
My family & I decided to visit bohol on April, we would like to seek some guidance where to find an apartment/house to rent for about 3-4 nights that will match our budget of P1,500.00/night.
Marlei wrote:
Thursday, 29 October 2009 21:23:24 PHT
How about dolphin watching in January? Can anyone help me find a place to stay in Bohol for 3days/2 Nights? Thanks a lot.
John G. wrote:
Monday, 21 September 2009 23:36:41 PHT
Me and my family are planning to go to Bohol on lastweek of December for a vacation , we have no idea where to go , and how to get there. We want to inquire if there is any travel agency who are offering package trip to go around and hotel accomodation in Bohol starting from Manila.
miss susan wrote:
Sunday, 30 August 2009 13:51:25 PHT
hi there i will visit my cousins in bohol and can anyone help us we want to sell 7hectares of lot in panglao but we still looking for an agent,affordable price..
Carole wrote:
Friday, 10 July 2009 16:43:16 PHT
I miss Bohol.
dynes wrote:
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 11:54:56 PHT
would it be nice to go dolphin watching in october?
A Reader wrote:
Thursday, 2 April 2009 18:55:36 PHT
For those who are in need of itinerary/travel & hotel booking assistance for their Bohol visit, please contact me at Phone: 0063 9175220440
A Reader wrote:
Thursday, 2 April 2009 18:51:44 PHT
Hi Rita Hulst, We would gladly assist you in fixing your travel itinerary, car service, hotel booking and all the other arrangements to make your visit to Bohol convenient and memorable. Just give me your e-mail address and we will contact you for more info & details. Sol of NSG Tours
Kristine wrote:
Sunday, 29 March 2009 14:59:37 PHT
Hi. can anyone please tell me where I could get a cheap transporation for visting some favorite spots in bohol which can bring me anywhere I want? I'm planning to go there this april... thank you so much.
rich wrote:
Sunday, 22 March 2009 14:23:28 PHT
If you need people to take care of your itinerary you may contact NSG Travel & Tours with this Mobile: 00639175220440, or email at the earliest Satisfaction is guaranteed.
liza wrote:
Friday, 6 February 2009 14:30:15 PHT
Hello,my friends and I will be going to bohol this coming April 2-6..We will be staying at my relative's house in Loon..I would like to fix my itenirary so we could visit all the tourist spots in Bohol at a very limited time...Can you give me suggestions wich place is more convinient to go first,,and what's next,, and next...Thank uou
rita hulst wrote:
Thursday, 22 January 2009 23:56:22 PHT
I am planning to go to panglao Is. come April 26-29, 2009..i would love to fix my itinerary so i could see all the nice places bohol has to offer in such a limited time..can somebody help me provide some local travel agencies in bohol that offers package tours? thanks..
Cheapig wrote:
Monday, 8 December 2008 15:24:09 PHT
Hi, we are planning a trip to Cebu Dec 19-23. Can we plan a dolphin watching trip leaving from Cebu or need to leave from Bohol? If so, can someone recommend a good hotel at Bohol to stay for 1 night. Thank you
louie wrote:
Friday, 19 September 2008 11:14:07 PHT
hi annecy, yeah supercat is one of the best ferries for tagbilaran, but pls considered oceanjet also, if you want to maximize your stay here, pls chek the sched of oceanjet, they have more trips available in the early morning going to tagbilaran and late in teh afternoon in going back to cebu, for your accommodation, i can sugest you to chek DAO DIAMOND PENSION HOUSE, they have an aircon dormitory type good for 10pax, with free breakfast already, i think the rate is P275 per head. if you want more my idea you can email me to
Eileen wrote:
Wednesday, 10 September 2008 13:54:31 PHT
Need house for 8-10 people this third week of September, the 20-23. Please give us a call 842-8913. The sooner we get a response the better.
Annecy Parumog wrote:
Wednesday, 10 September 2008 07:31:22 PHT friends and i will be going to Bohol coming this first week of October and we're not sure which is the best ferry to take from Cebu to Tagbilaran. I found that Supercat is the most affordable of the 3 ferries servicing Ceb-Tag routes. Anyway, does any one of you know where we can stay in Tagbilaran? We want a cheap hotel that can accommodate 6 persons in 1 room? Thanks
IAN L. IYOG wrote:
Thursday, 29 May 2008 11:59:55 PHT
its a great thing that you have this website then indeed it is a great help in my part especially that i came from there and now i am in here as an OFW Worker in Qatar. Generally, my collegues here in the bank ask me where from the Philippines I am so I said it is where you can see one of the best wonders in the World that you can really appreciate with its natural beauty...THE LAND OF THE CHOCOLATE HILLS....which is basically known to different nationalities, although the fact that they knew it what country, they just wanted to know specifically where so i suggest this site of yours and seems that they appreciate all the things that is been stated in here and then now they wanted me to organize such event when we will be having our vacation next year in August, 2009. So, can you help me out in such a way that you can give me the details as to where they have to stay cause they will be much more as 20 persons and then of different nationalities. Me as a living residence there in the province of Bohol, i sell the tourism that BOHOL can offer to tourist so thats why i am writing to you is because of this reasons...basically, they wanted the iterinary which somehow i cant do such a thing cause I am here working in the bank then with them and I jsut make a research on the spicemen so thats why they are interested on such matter. So, Hope that you can be able to give me an ample of reasosn to hope for a positive and a glorious respond. Thanks to you and God bless as always.
Jim dunn wrote:
Thursday, 28 February 2008 02:35:09 PHT
Visiting the area during April 2008. So looking forward to the Hill and the beaches. We are staying at a small beachside resort. So excited to visit. Hello from Canada. Jimmer
Evelyn Alar wrote:
Tuesday, 15 January 2008 12:50:10 PHT
Hi! my fren w/ our families r planning 2 go Bohol ds holy week. pls advice us how to get der via ferry. im n zbga city now. We plan 2 visit chocolate hills,tatsiers, dolphin watching n beaches & others. Pls advice us & we nid the afordable hotel/pension house 2 stay. Thanks
Press wrote:
Tuesday, 15 January 2008 06:52:40 PHT
Augest is warm and is just in between our our summer and rain months. Months if December of all months is the wettest time of the year from my point of veiw. I have a friend who is giving tours and takes people sight seeing. his name is Remar and during his regular job he is a police man. When not on duty he is driving a car for hire 09182274723 He is a father of 4 young kids.
Tine wrote:
Thursday, 25 October 2007 16:24:55 PHT
Hi! I'm planning to have a tour in Panglao island? pls guide me where can i find a affordable place to stay? and i want to go to chocolate hills ang tarsier thanks
Ethel wrote:
Wednesday, 17 October 2007 10:11:24 PHT
Hi, im planning to go to Bohol then move to cebu on the next day. Can u tell me how to go there by ferry?
Ethel wrote:
Wednesday, 17 October 2007 10:10:38 PHT
Hi, im planning to go to Bohol then move to cebu on the next day. Can u tell me how to go there by ferry?
Onusa wrote:
Sunday, 7 October 2007 02:09:06 PHT
To whom it may concern; I would like to know when is the good time to go to Bohol for diving.
Joy wrote:
Tuesday, 14 August 2007 19:28:20 PHT
Hi, Would like to ask what is the weather like in August? We are planning to visit Bohol next year in August, been there last March 2006 and the weather was fav.
Den wrote:
Sunday, 12 August 2007 21:11:45 PHT
Hi!!! just wanna ask , how long will it take from airport to the pier? I will be going to Bohol tomorrow ... please reply..... Thank you very much!.. God bless......
Anthony Doldolea wrote:
Thursday, 26 July 2007 21:55:40 PHT
Tagalog for dolphin is "Lampasot".
kathleen wrote:
Monday, 23 July 2007 10:53:42 PHT
Good Day! Can I please know the Tagalog translation of "Dolphins"?, I mean the Tagalog word for dolphins. Please kindly answer my question as soon as possible cause I really need to know it earlier. I really appreciate much the time you allot for this message to read. thank you very much and God bless!.
Annie Chun wrote:
Wednesday, 25 April 2007 18:00:12 PHT
How early do I need to start from Cebu to Bohol by fast ferry? Can I make it one day trip for whale watch. How much is the ferry and whale watch.
Benson wrote:
Sunday, 1 April 2007 20:40:05 PHT
Great website, very informative. Where would be the best place to stay in bohol for a fmily vacation? we plan to be in Bohol end of may.

Could you send me some alternative ? or better send me some travel agent names.

Hec Barrera wrote:
Sunday, 18 March 2007 06:15:01 PHT
I just read your article and found it very informative. I will be visiting Bohol at the end of April for about 3 weeks. I am looking forward to just hanging out on the beach and taking in the sites. I'm going with a friend whose dad who has a Villa there. So outside of the flight the trip is free. It will be my first trip to Asia. I am single. How are the local women? How's the nightlife?
Raymond wrote:
Thursday, 15 March 2007 19:26:57 PHT
Hi, We just decided to travel to Bohol in End of July 2007. How is the weather at this time ? Always Raining ? Thank you
Sabino R. Realista wrote:
Wednesday, 7 March 2007 17:35:29 PHT
Last May 2006, my wife, five kids and I went to Pamilacan Island for dolphin and whale watching. We were truly amazed by the uniform movements of dolphins who seemed to know they were being watched by strangers like us.
Jenny wrote:
Thursday, 1 March 2007 11:15:27 PHT
Thank you for this great site! Very informative and comprehensive. My family and i have been wanting to go to bohol for the past year. we have postponed several times and now hopefully we push thru since we already have tickets. there are 10 of us and really want go for dolphin and whale watching. checked the site of one of the organizers and found out that for our group we will have to pay 1,000 each or 10,000 total. Unfortunately quite a hefty sum for us. Are there any other group that you can recommend for those with very tight budget? Please please help. thank you.
Jbchua wrote:
Tuesday, 27 February 2007 16:43:16 PHT
Great website for bohol! My family plans to go to Bohol this holy week. But to avoid rush of vacationers, we plan to go on Holy Monday, Apr2 till holy thursday, instead of Holy thursday to easter monday. Is it a good idea? How about hotel accommodations? will the rate be higher than usual? will we be paying for the holy week rate? Hope you could advise us soon. Thanks a lot
Devy wrote:
Tuesday, 20 February 2007 15:42:43 PHT
To Soren Bech: Alona Tropical is different from Alona Palm Beach Resort. The weather is really good at this time. No typhon, Thank God for that. You may email me at if you have other questions. devy
Søren Bech wrote:
Wednesday, 31 January 2007 00:44:13 PHT
Hi there, We just decided to travel to Bohol in April 2007. How is the weather at this time and can you teel us if Alona Palm Beach Resort is the same as Alona trophical Beach Resort?
Rox Car wrote:
Wednesday, 13 December 2006 01:00:40 PHT
Can you suggest a resort/hotel to stay? I recently looked at those promotions in Cebu Pacific, the contact numbers listed is alwasy busy.
Maricel wrote:
Monday, 20 November 2006 15:34:43 PHT
We went to Bohol last weekend. We had the usual day tour. Then when we arrived in panglao a boatman asked me if we want to go on dolphin watching the next day. In short we agreed, and pay him 1600 for the boat and island hopping in Balicasag. I was very disappointed because we were not able to see even a single tail of dolphin "maalon daw kasi sabi nun jayson (boatman), then we go straight to Balicasag. When I told this to Bohol Divers Hotel receptionist they told me that this is the usual alibi of some boatmen in Panglao, they just don't want to use much of their gasoline, thats why they did not look for a nice spot for dolphin watching.. beware of this kind of people in Bohol.. people there are nice except for that "jayson".
Rona Lee wrote:
Thursday, 26 October 2006 05:08:31 PHT
May I ask? How much is the accommodation of cottages at the seashore side of Pamilacan Island, the cheapest one, for 3 days? How many persons will be accommodated in that cottage?
Jenny wrote:
Sunday, 10 September 2006 00:58:26 PHT
How much is too much and how much is cheap and affordable? I recent talked to someone from bohol and was offering me full package tour with dolphin watching, snorkeling, hotel accomodation, and the land tour. all for around 15000 for 3 people. Is this alot? or should we just go to bohol and see what we can get by ourselves?
Anand wrote:
Monday, 4 September 2006 15:24:17 PHT
Nice Article
Bella wrote:
Tuesday, 13 June 2006 09:31:49 PHT
Dear Jeroen, you have a lovely site, I surely hope I can fit Dolphin watching in my trip next year amoung the other wonderful place Bohol has to offer!
E. Lee wrote:
Saturday, 1 April 2006 11:26:36 PHT
Hi! We plan to bring our kids to watch whales and dolphins this week. There ages are 6 and 10. Is it safe? How many minutes will it take to reach the spotting site from Bohol beach club? How much do you charge for a group of 3 adults and 2 kids?

We've watched dolphins with our 1 and 4 years old sons, and they both loved it. However, one thing of concern is the lack of life fests for the smallest children, so had to hold our youngest son constantly. Since I do not organize these trips myself, I give you a quote, but you can be in touch with one of the whale watching operators listed on this site.--Jeroen.

Eugene wrote:
Sunday, 26 March 2006 01:08:42 PHT
I come from Punta Cruz I now live in Holland. When I was 11 i left Bohol now am 26 and this is the first time I ever wrote this site. I would like to know if you have recent pictures everything about the Punta Cruz Maribojoc, Bohol. Please email me sercerly yours.
Mj wrote:
Friday, 24 March 2006 12:59:12 PHT
Hi. How do you think I can contact the resorts in Alona Beach? Do you have email add or number I could call? I will be there Holy Week. thanks

There is a whole bunch of addresses in our business directory.--Jeroen

Nans wrote:
Sunday, 19 March 2006 23:29:37 PHT
Hi, how much will it cost to experience whale/dolphin watching? We are planing to go to Bohol this coming April. Thanks.

This much depends on the number of passengers, as you'll have to pay for the boat--the more people, the cheaper. Count on over PHP 3000 if travelling alone, but PHP 1000 or less per head if travelling with a group of 10.--Jeroen.

Jackielyn Wallace wrote:
Sunday, 19 March 2006 00:59:00 PHT
Well, at the first tuime when I saw the pic, I'm so really amize coz its so nice and wonderful view...I'm so excited to see on that place....
Riza wrote:
Friday, 11 November 2005 18:07:07 PHT
I love very much Bohol..Even am not purely boholana.. Very nice spots and views. People are sweet just like my bf from there...EHEEMMM...
TropicalGirl wrote:
Sunday, 6 November 2005 14:28:52 PHT
Dolphin Watching is something Ive never done in Bohol yet! I dont know why I never got the chance to do that. I am looking forward for that opportunity someday, i love dolphins, i went swimming with dolphins at Seaworld Florida, still cannot get enough, when I will visit BOHOL next time, I need to find time to do Dolphin Watching, dolphins in the real ocean would be so cool. Love BOHOL, aside from being a Boholana, i love Bohol because GOD specially put Special Touches in that island! See for yourself...
Lasse Lukkarinen wrote:
Monday, 17 October 2005 01:37:32 PHT
Hi Sounds as something I'd like to see also. Coming in end of November. Is it during the season? Lasse

Dolphins can be seen year-round, but for whales, you have to have luck, and should come in April or May.--Jeroen.

Chelsea wrote:
Saturday, 8 October 2005 07:12:07 PHT
You know, I love watching Dolphins in Bohol and Tarsiers.
Christopher Sitoy Largosa wrote:
Wednesday, 24 August 2005 16:20:22 PHT
U better watch dolphin watching,,,I've been there...09283409620..txt me or e-mail me at
Chat wrote:
Wednesday, 17 August 2005 15:27:03 PHT
No.1 talaga ang Bohol I'm proud that i'm from Bohol. We can really see wonderful creations of God and 1 of this are the Dolphins.
Alicar wrote:
Wednesday, 10 August 2005 17:02:46 PHT
Hay naku..... wala talaga akong masabi sa ganda ng Pilipinas! Tnx God!
Pam wrote:
Saturday, 4 June 2005 23:16:21 PHT
It is definitely a must to go and see Bohol. The way the article was written I would really love to try out dolphin watching. THe Philippines is so blessed to have such wonderful natural tourist spots- Bohol being one of them. I hope we all learn to preserve and appreciate our gifts from God.
Anne o.j. wrote:
Monday, 30 May 2005 11:46:54 PHT
We had a terrific stay in Bohol. But we missed dolphin watching. Will go back (God willing) for the dolphins....
Haydee Tinamisan wrote:
Friday, 27 May 2005 08:29:11 PHT
Its really wonderful that instead of destroying and killing these gentle sea creatures we are showcasing them instead, utilising its previous hunters' skills... way to go Boholanos ! May the force be with you always!
Nalyn wrote:
Monday, 9 May 2005 10:58:42 PHT
Hi, I like this article coz it helped me a lot to know more about the natures of Bohol specially the Dolphins Ive heared about it but I hadnt have the chance to see the dolphins personally. Goodluck!!!!!!
Tiffany Limpangog wrote:
Wednesday, 4 May 2005 18:10:09 PHT
Ka nindot jud adtu-an!
Celeste wrote:
Friday, 29 April 2005 20:55:25 PHT
Just reading this information and summary on Dolphin Watching makes me more excited!!!! Lord willing, I too will soon be added to the list of people who have been blessed and privileged to admire these beautiful creatures of God's creation! I LOVE Bohol!
evelyn wrote:
Friday, 22 April 2005 15:14:07 PHT
With only 2 days to spare and limited budget, where and what do I do to maximize my visit? I am planning a sidetrip to Bohol from a ministry trip in Cagayan de Oro City sometime in May 2005.
Ariel Sunico wrote:
Wednesday, 20 April 2005 17:02:59 PHT
Are Dolphins can be watched anytime?
Ed Dozal wrote:
Friday, 15 April 2005 17:31:52 PHT
I have never seen such an informative, pro-active and up-to-date website. One of the very few excellent and commendable websites I have seen. Do you also have a similar website for Dumaguete? We are going to Bohol on 24 August 2005 for 5 days. Do you think we could experience dolphin watching? What is the weather condition like at this time? Thank you for your response.
Ria Mendoza wrote:
Monday, 11 April 2005 21:01:15 PHT
Bohol is one of God's wonderful creation that i have enjoyed and will forever cherish. this is my first experience of bohol's culture and hospitality and leaving it makes me wish to stay longer. the chocolate hills, baclayon church, loboc river cruise, tarsier encounter, man-made forest, hinagdanan cave, dolphin and whale wathcing, snorkling, scuba diving, kayaking... all the best of bohol. i love this place and i hope to be back soon. :)
Mochafrap wrote:
Thursday, 24 March 2005 18:42:20 PHT
I never been to Bohol, but I'm planning to go there.. Heard it is a nice place to visit...Looking forward to see the beauty of bohol! GodBless!!!!
Mitch wrote:
Monday, 14 March 2005 10:41:02 PHT
I am looking forward to the experience of watching the whales and the dolphins in your place.
Livre wrote:
Wednesday, 26 January 2005 13:27:05 PHT
Bohol is very nice place to me... my parents are both boholano.... during my stay in Panglao is very very nice and adventure... I always see a lot of dolphins and sharks... I'm a marine biology student... I see whale sharks in black forest and white tip sharks in cathedral two of the dive sites in Balicasag island... I love the people in Panglao the place where I will be always coming back.... the place where I meet the ideal woman in my life...Thanks to all Panglaonons..
Carlo Casingal wrote:
Saturday, 22 January 2005 23:12:33 PHT
I'll be going to Bohol in two weeks, and from the pictures I've seen I'm really excited with my trip together with my family.It would be our first time to visit Bohol. We're looking forward also in seeing dolphins and whales in their natural habitat.
Lisa D. wrote:
Monday, 3 January 2005 23:16:44 PHT
The Pamilacan Island Whale & Dolphin Watching Organization (PIDWWO) is the only community-based whale and dolphin watching organization accredited by the Inter-Agency Task Force for Marine Mammal Conservation of the Philippines and the Department of Tourism. The members were trained by personnel from the World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines in running a whale and dolphin ecotourism program. Pia V. is right check them out.
Annie wrote:
Thursday, 21 October 2004 12:45:58 PHT
I born in Bohol but I'm residing in Canada for quite long time now. Our home place is in the interior part of Bohol so I'm not really familiar of islands name. I'm looking forward of taking vacation in Bohol in the near future along with my family. They love dolphin so I'd like to ask where is this Pamilacan island located? which town of Bohol? how much it cost per person? could you please tell me?
Vic Naldoza wrote:
Sunday, 18 July 2004 21:33:20 PHT
My wife and I had the opportunity to watch the dolphins of Pamilacan last April 2004. We went home coming from USA for family re-union in Garcia-Hernandez, Bohol. They are amazing mammals. They flipped, jumped and make tantalizing squeezing sounds. They seem to be happy and contented to the place where they can swim freely in an environment free from pollution. We do hope that the dolphins remain free and protected for all generations.
Pia V. wrote:
Sunday, 13 June 2004 20:50:31 PHT
I think there is another group in Pamilacan that is catering to the dolphin and whale watching activity. it's the pamilacan island dolphin and whale watching organization. pidwwo, a registered people's organization, has members that are competent and skilled to tour visitors around pamilacan and its waters. You better try it as soon as possible.
Patrick V. Tanguamos wrote:
Friday, 21 May 2004 17:58:00 PHT
hindi k alam kung saan ako mag-uumpisa sa kwento k nagvacation kami sa bohol 1 week lang kasi napagdesisyonan namin nadalawin yung mga relatives namin doon bali my mom and dad is from bohol my mom is from pamilacan island and my dad is from tunga sound like rocky road we are from cavite are vacation starts may 10 i have seen many different things such as tarsiers the whale and dolphins the diff. museums and the wonderfull beaches likely the pamilcan island that has a very white sand the beautifull beaches hindi ko talagang maisip na naka punta ako sa ganyong kagandang lugar na maaari kong ipagmalaki kaya pala dinadayo yon nang mga turista lalo na ang pamilacan island sana patuloy niyong suportahan ang turismo at patuloy niyong tangkilikin ang mga BOHOL!!!!!!!
Sarah Chiu wrote:
Tuesday, 11 May 2004 11:13:51 PHT
How much is the watching Dolphins on Bohol? Is there any tour offered? Where I can contact them, My friends and I will go to Cebu for 5 days (end May 2004). Pls recommended any others attractions in Bohol? Pls E-mail to me if you have any ideas.

Please check for information on this. Other attractions are listed in this website.--Jeroen.

James wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2003 05:35:56 PHT
I would like to say that we are so lucky to seen a dolphin here in the Philippines bec. most of other country they go to some places just to see this friendly mamals. So pls do ur best to protect this mamals en not only that those animals that are endemic to our country en also their home.
james wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2003 05:35:37 PHT
i would like to say that we are so lucky to seen a dolphin here in the philippines bec. most of other country they go to some places just to see this friendly pls do ur best to protect this mamals en not only that those animals that are endemic to our country en also their home.
Sonny S. wrote:
Thursday, 31 July 2003 18:22:25 PHT
We were at the Bohol Beach Club last week and booked a dive/dolphin watch trip through the resort. We got up 6 am for the boat ride on mirror-like calm seas . About 45 minutes out in the water a whole bunch of dolphins popped out of the deep blue! Amazing! They swam round and round the banca, doing grand jetes, spinning, truly a wonderful sight! Then they brought us out to Balicasag where I was able to go about 7 meters underwater before succumbing to earaches. The boys went further out, about 14 m. and said the view of the reef and the ledge was really memorable. Now if only we can convince the Mrs to go back...
Wilfredo L. Olandria wrote:
Sunday, 13 July 2003 13:37:52 PHT
This website is fantastic. Excellent job. When I was eleven years old, I went with my father, who was the School District Supervisor of Baclayon and Alburquerque District, to attend the inaugauration of the opening of their primary school in Pamilacan Island. I really like the place and I plan to visit this island in my next trip to the Philippines. The information in your website is an excellent guide to visit this island.
Lynette Estrosas wrote:
Thursday, 26 June 2003 14:19:08 PHT
It was simply breathtaking!
Mya caparas wrote:
Wednesday, 18 June 2003 14:06:31 PHT
My Dad is from Bohol, and every year I make it a point to go back. This year was the first in so many years that I have not (yet) gone. Some of my officemates have been there and they love it-- everything! the views, the culture, the people, the food. too bad we couldn't go whale watching then because of the steep price. My brother went this summer, with a friend, and they were lucky to find dolphins, but the spotter was medyo tamad daw, brother ko pa daw ang nagtuturo. But the pamilacan beach is stunning, judging from their pics! hope to get there sometime, hopefully next year, with my new husband!
daphne wrote:
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 06:21:26 PHT
Amazing, I've been away for five full years.... I can't wait to go back home.
Terri wrote:
Saturday, 17 May 2003 02:47:40 PHT
There is no place like Bohol. It's a paradise. I myself can vouch for that!
Maricele Talaboc wrote:
Friday, 18 April 2003 03:27:25 PHT
Hi there! Actually my father nd mother were both born in Pamilacan Island. before I came here in New york I decided to make a one week vacation there and i found our Island so Fantastic! We went Whale watching and i cant explain how happy i am when i see those dolphins coming near us. No doubt why my mom is very proud of her hometown. And now, i cant wait to go back and see the island again...
Cristina wrote:
Friday, 14 February 2003 00:36:19 PHT
My roots came from Bohol. I went vacation in Bohol last December of 2002. I was only there for my grandma's 40th day death anniversary. It sure did Bohol is God's Little Paradise. I will be back this year again. Happy Valentine's day from USA.
NewlyWed wrote:
Friday, 14 February 2003 00:11:25 PHT
My fiance' and I are going to the Phillippines on our honeymoon and this website really inspired me to go here on my honeymoon. Thank you for all you do for this web site!
QuikSilver - Roxy Girl wrote:
Friday, 7 February 2003 20:31:09 PHT
My family is originally from Bohol, now we live in Sydney, Australia. This coming Christmas I'm planning to go back home for a holiday by myself for the first time. I'm very glad that I found this site so that I can include this in my timetable. Even though I have been to the dolphin watching trip here, but still I am very PROUD that we also have it in Bohol. So many thanks for the info. I'll c u there soon!!!
Beth wrote:
Thursday, 23 January 2003 00:52:47 PHT
Wow, what a nice thing to hear. I've lived my whole life in Bohol, how in God's name did I miss that! I'll keep that in mind for a future trip back to my birthplace. Thank you for putting it up otherwise, we wouldn't know it at all.
Carole Cawston wrote:
Thursday, 2 January 2003 22:27:25 PHT
Interesting article. It's fantastic work that's being done to support the dolphins and the people who depend on them for their livelihood. We enjoyed our dolphin watch with Jojo, Frank and Monney. Had a great meal and a sing song with the people of Pamilacan. It's a beautiful area and we are looking forward to our next trip. Thanks to all who made it such a great experience.

We are glad you also enjoyed the trip. We certainly did! -- Jeroen.

Summer Girl wrote:
Saturday, 16 November 2002 00:37:33 PHT
Thanks for this information, I've been to Bohol just last month but after reading this, I can't wait to go back again! Hindi ba nakakatakot mag whale watch? what are the safety measures during the tour?

Whale and dolphin watching is not dangerous, but for those who cannot swim, lifejackets are available. -- Jeroen.

Cindy Margrett wrote:
Monday, 11 November 2002 15:34:47 PHT
I'm so happy to have found this information... I am a Boholana and it makes me proud! The above info's will help me in accomplishing my project in literature. Thank you!
Dage wrote:
Thursday, 7 November 2002 12:54:24 PHT
Thank you for sharing this wonderful story. I grew up in Bohol and I've been visited in some tourist spots, but this one I miss. I'm planning to go back there by early spring of next year, and I will try to see this one.

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